Stars will be wearing uniforms from the military during the National Hockey League playoffs

Stars will wear uniforms from military during games.

Stars defenseman Patrik Nemeth and goaltender Martin Brodeur will be part of the U.S. Naval Academy’s uniform collection.

The NHL announced Monday the uniforms will be worn in both the Stanley Cup Playoffs and the Stanley League championship.

They will be unveiled Wednesday at the annual game between the Chicago Blackhawks and Pittsburgh Penguins in Chicago.

Stars defenseman Mattias Janmark will also be wearing a U.N. insignia during the Stanley Stanley Cup Finals.

The uniforms, which are available for purchase online and in stores, will include an Army uniform, blue and white skaters, an Army cap and two white hats.

Nemeth will wear the navy uniform while Brodeurs will wear a blue and black version of the same uniform.NHL spokesman Rob Nichols said the uniforms feature a nod to the U,N.

emblem that represents the United Nations, a common symbol for the international community.

“These uniforms represent the United States and the uniform we wear every day represents our proud heritage as Americans,” Nichols said in a statement.

“Our nation’s heroes and the American flag have stood the test of time.

The uniforms will represent our national pride and help us all celebrate the centennial of the birth of our nation.”

The Stars are excited to wear the UNS insignia on the uniform of our country’s military and its many contributions to the world, as well as our pride in our country, our Navy, and the U.,N.,” Nichols added.

Stars forward Brett Ritchie and defenseman PatriK Nemeth will be in the Navy uniform for the Stanley Championship Series.

The teams will wear similar uniforms during the regular season.